An Update On Special Education In New Hampshire

Nov 27, 2017

New models for education seek to provide resources and access to services for not just students with special needs (such as intellectual disabilities or learning disabilities), but for any student who may be marginalized in their  community. This may include students who speak English as a second language, and students living in poverty. But individual schools and school districts still struggle to meet their students' needs, through workforce shortages, funding limitations, or exhaustive performance requirements. 


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Related Reading:

Learn more about how IEPs work in New Hampshire schools from the Parent Information Center. 

Find the most recent statistics on disabilities across the state from the UNH Institute on Disability, and read about inclusive education.